Practice Management Process

The SpineLegal practice management process helps manage people
thus enabling to get more things done.

Chart Review
Progress Review
Risk Review
Alert & Notification Review

Why Practice Management?

A good practice management process allows people to rethink legal practice and shift from tactical thinking to strategic thinking. Tactical thinking is “Working in the business” whereas, Strategic thinking is “Working on the business.”

The SpineLegal practice management process helps manage people thus enabling to get more things done. For example, managing cash flow, reviewing deadlines and preforming many other tasks. It will provide analytics which will show patterns of progress across individual solicitors and case workers. It can also track the productivity of a group of case workers.

Once it is implemented fully, the SpineLegal practice management system will liberate firms from the predictable overwhelming tyranny of unprofitable, unproductive and time consuming routines.

What is CPRAN?

CPRAN is a step by step practice management process by which senior solicitors, partners and business owners should undertake daily in order to systematically improve their firms’ performance. This process is a vehicle to monitoring firms’ commitments and progress.

Why SpineLegal


We ensure you keep and own your data


We are cost effective and is on the latest cloud technology


No contracts or tie-in, we are confident in the product


Free onboarding, support, document templates and mapping


Choice of integration with a wide selection of partners and on demand

Book a Demo

Experience the potential of SpineLegal platform online. Our engineers will be happy to take you through the features and show you how it could benefit your firm.


SpineLegal product is rightly priced with all these components included within the subscription cost, and there is no additional cost to the legal firm.

Experience SpineLegal today!!!

All the above software components will be installed with 1-Click on your computer.